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Street Fighter Rap: Balrog’S Stories

Street Fighter Rap: Balrog’S Stories
I can’t believe I didn’t know about Turbo T. Double until today, when the bbps‘ Dan Zuccarelli posted the “music video” for one of Turbo T. Double’s songs, which is about Balrog’s take on Chun-Li. Yes, it’s a dude rapping as Balrog who’s talking about Chun-Li.

The Daily Shelter Transforming Table: the Acrophobic’S Treehouse

The Daily Shelter Transforming Table: the Acrophobic’S Treehouse
Designer Ingrid Brandth was inspired by her grandfather, “based many of his ideas on excitement, humor and secrets,” to create this neat piece of furniture. At first glance, it may look like the plainest of tables, but there is more to it than meets the eye…
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Scare the Rain Off With the Batman Umbrella

Scare the Rain Off With the Batman Umbrella
Evil rain drops will avoid you as soon as you pop open the Batman Umbrella. Or not. It’s basically an umbrella that’s been cut in the most awesome way possible.

Paper Super Mario Brothers 3

Paper Super Mario Brothers 3
21-year old YouTube user smartkid82504 made this awesome stop motion film as his final project in his “Art and Alternative Media” class. Here’s what we might get if we mashed two Mario games together: Before you get overly excited, let me tell you now that barely anything happens in this very short film.

17th Century Craft + Post-Apocalyptic Sensibilities = Zombie Cross-Stitch

17th Century Craft + Post-Apocalyptic Sensibilities = Zombie Cross-Stitch
It is widely believed (by the writer of the Wikipedia article on cross-stitch) that cross-stitch was traditionally used merely to embellish household cloths like tablecloths or dishcloths. Cloths cloths cloths. What a weird word. Anyway the structure of the aida cloth used in cross-stitching made it easy to form floral and geometric patterns, but eventually people began making all sorts of images using the style, and not just for adding a bit of life to ordinary linen but also to make decorations meant to be displayed and appreciated on its own.

Weirdest Video Game Genre Ever: NES Pirate Originals on Ebay

Weirdest Video Game Genre Ever: NES Pirate Originals on Ebay
Die-hard Final Fantasy VII fans may be clamoring for a current gen version of the classic RPG, but apparently in China, people are buying the remaining units of NESes in the world, and so de-makes are all the rage.

A Monster Hunter’S Essentials: Weapons, Armor, and Twitter and Facebook Accounts

A Monster Hunter’S Essentials: Weapons, Armor, and Twitter and Facebook Accounts
Monster Hunter 3 is the best selling third-party Wii game in Japan, and to ensure that the coming North American and European versions enjoy the same success, Capcom has started revving up the hype machine. So Monster Hunters, ready your keyboards, hold tight to your mice, and venture out to the wilderness of twitter and Facebook, for there you will find Ironbeard McCullough aka The Master Hunter, “a proud and distinguished hunter from the bustling town of Rockrack,” whose  “blade has drawn true through hide, tooth and scale.”

Oh, L’Ironie: French Anti-Piracy Group Pirated Font for Its Logo

Oh, L’Ironie: French Anti-Piracy Group Pirated Font for Its Logo
Last year, a law was passed in France that, simply put, allows the government to screen the Internet usage of its citizens (supposedly) to watch out for copyright infringement. Using a three strikes rule, French citizens who are accused of online piracy for a third time will be sent to court, where a judge can give them a fine, or even disconnect them from the Internet.

Super Mario Sweater Vest: the World’S Most Powerful Bully Magnet

Super Mario Sweater Vest: the World’S Most Powerful Bully Magnet
Unless of course the bullies in your area are gamers as well, in which case they’ll just ask that you hand this vest over to them. Or else. For those too young to know, the vest features a screenshot from World 1-1 of Super Mario Bros.

Epic Battle Shirt Features the Debate of the Millenium

Epic Battle Shirt Features the Debate of the Millenium
Whose side are you on? Pirates or ninjas? Wear this shirt and watch a debate break out.

99 in 1: 99 Free (and Good) Games on the Internet

99 in 1: 99 Free (and Good) Games on the Internet
Christopher Hyde of Critical Distance was dissatisfied with a lot of the so-called “AAA games” released last year, on account of them being too expensive and …too long? While Hyde didn’t point out any specific games, and his problem with their length is puzzling to say the least,  his disappointment has led him to point out 99 free and “pretty darned spectacular” games that can be found on the Internet.

USB Webmail Notifier: Another Useless Invention

USB Webmail Notifier: Another Useless Invention
The folks at Dream Cheeky are probably not aware that there are several, less distracting email notifiers that don’t take up one of your precious USB ports. While other companies at CES showcased mouth-watering 3D TVs and laptops that turn into tablets, Dream Cheeky brought a USB webmail notifier, which they call the “USB Webmail Notifier.”

Ryan Mclhinney: the Human Katamari Prince

Ryan Mclhinney: the Human Katamari Prince
Designer Ryan McElhinney must be a fan of Katamari Damacy; some of his lovely creations are basically huge mishmashes of toys that form what would mundane or traditional household fixtures, like this grandfather clock. McElhinney uses recycled toys for his creations, bonded together (with a katamari?)

Smiling Vehicle Looks Like It’S Had Botox

Smiling Vehicle Looks Like It’S Had Botox
At the Tokyo Fiber SENSEWARE, the same exhibit that gave us those creepy robot pillow vacuums, Nissan Motor and the Hara Design Institute Nippon Design Center also showed off another weird concept: a model of a car that can smile, i.e.

This Cellphone is a Coke Addict

This Cellphone is a Coke Addict
…but not the coke that Scarface likes; this cellphone runs on Coca-Cola. Actually it doesn’t just do Coke, it also gets pumped up on other sugary fluids. Designed by Daizi Zheng, the cellphone’s fuel cells generate electricity from sugar, which isn’t exactly groundbreaking tech, but it’s not widely used either.

Atlus Late to Catch Up on Memes, Sends Press Release With Lolcats in It

Atlus Late to Catch Up on Memes, Sends Press Release With Lolcats in It
In terms of funny video game company correspondence, I don’t think it gets better than Valve’s multi-purpose mail-outs. Now Atlus is also trying to spice up their press releases, as shown by this e-mail that Aeropause‘s Adam Englebright received: The email’s continued below, but I think you get why I said that they’re trying.
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